Claire (Julie Bowen) drives Alex (Ariel Winter) and Haley (Sarah Hyland) to school and while she does, she accidentally hits Phil (Ty Burrell) with the car. Phil gets up and continue walking saying he is OK but Claire is determined to get a stop sign at the intersection because it is dangerous not having one. She starts petition the city and goes door-to-door to get the signatures she needs but she does not get a very positive reaction from the neighbors. She asks for her family's help but everyone is busy with their own (meaningful) things, something that causes Claire's angry reaction.
In the meantime, Jay (Ed O'Neill) is determined to help Manny (Rico Rodriguez) sell wrapping paper for a school fundraiser and he goes door-to-door with him to teach him how to do it. Manny though is not the best option when it comes to selling a product and after many failed tries, he manipulates Jay to buy the wrapping paper.
Mitchell comes back home and when he sees the mess he tells Cam that he will not clean up and let him do it as he promised. Cam comes home and sees that Mitchell indeed keep his promise not to do anything, despite hoping for the opposite, and when he starts cleaning he admits that he does not like doing it and he expected Mitch to do it. Mitch is happy that he was proved right and the two of them revel in further mess-making until the doorbell rings and reveals a representative from the adoption agency coming for a home-visit.
Sandra Gonzalez of Entertainment Weekly praised Ty Burrell's performance writing that \"His lines and delivery have been incredible this season, and the cherry on top of this sundae of hilarity was seeing Phil and Luke answer the door without pants\".
For the exterior, Kathleen really wanted a modern dark paint scheme. I chose a dark charcoal which I really love against the black trim and front door. We moved the front door of this house to allow for a better layout on the inside and installed a circle driveway to make plenty of space for future guests.
Dave worked with our friend Frank Wallace, who is a metal craftsman and expert welder, to build a large, custom double-steel pivot door that is one of a kind and really makes a statement at the entrance. It also allows the Coughlins to see through to the back of the house (and the beautiful lake view) as soon as they walk up to their new front door. Dave also made custom copper lights for the front entrance and natural stone helped bring updated sophistication to the exterior.
We made the existing screened-in deck across from the kitchen part of the indoor dining area by removing the dividing wall, swapping the screens for large windows, installing wood flooring, wall insulation and drywall. I also added wood paneling on the ceiling for texture and visual interest.Now, the space is open from the kitchen and maximizes the gorgeous view of the lake.
One of the biggest structural changes we made to this home was moving the front door in order to create a larger kitchen. When we did so, the front door became a focal point for the entire kitchen, dining and living room space. Dave and Frank worked together to weld a one-of-a-kind steel pivot door that makes a bold statement right when you walk in. It also allows for light to flow in from the front of the home, right to the large back windows in the dining room.
This is where the Coughlins plan to spend a lot of their time. To create a true outdoor entertaining space, we added a modern outdoor kitchen for grilling and hosting. For maximum enjoyment of that extraordinary lake view, we changed the flow and path so it all headed toward the water.
Erica goes through the vent and gets to the secret room. She then opens the door for the trio where they open the boxes which contains canisters holding strange green lights in them. As they try to open the door and get out, they press another button and the room, being an elevator, starts dropping all the way down.
Meanwhile, Kim and Jimmy have learned that Chuck is going to be hiring a repairman to fix the door damaged by Jimmy's break-in. After working her way through the phone book, Kim identifies the company that Chuck has made the appointment with. Pretending to be Chuck's assistant, she gets the repair company to cancel the appointment and passes the information on to Jimmy, who's just giving his written confession a \"remorse pass\". On Jimmy's behest, Mike visits Chuck's house, posing as the repairman hired to fix his door. After managing to repel Chuck with an electric drill, Mike takes photos of the house's interior with a disposable camera.
The next day, when Mike meets with Jimmy at Loyola's to show him the pictures, Jimmy is pleased, especially one depicting a gas lantern sitting on a stack of newspapers. \"Now, that tells the whole story\" Jimmy gleefully says. He asks about \"that other thing\", whereupon Mike hands him a note he copied from Chuck's address book. Despite Jimmy's curiosity, Mike doesn't disclose what he thinks of Chuck, but comments that it was \"nice to fix something for once\", referring to the repair of Chuck's front door.
Edith goes to Dower House for tea. The young lady is still quite angry due to she was abandoned at the altar and Violet tells her to go and find a job, since she's an intelligent woman with \"reasonable abilities\". Anna confides to Mrs. Hughes that she hasn't letters from Bates since a few weeks weeks and she starts to cry, but the housekeeper tries to comfort her. Bates is also worried and fears that his wife is playing the hero, due to she's not coming to visit him anymore.In the evening at Downton Abbey, a dinner is held with an archbishop, when there is a loud knock on the front door. Carson and Mary open the door and see Tom Branson, wet because of rain. Lady Mary doesn't want to spoil the evening, so she lies, telling the family that at the door it was only a boy delivering village brochures. After the meal is over, the family sees Branson and learns that he is in trouble with Ireland and that he has left Sybil to return alone. Robert is furious with the news and accuses him of leaving a pregnant woman alone; the Earl barely agrees to let him and Sybil move to Downton. Mr. Carson confesses to Mrs. Hughes that he always knew that Branson one day would have brought trouble to the estate.
Matthew examines the property's books and finds out that it has not been managed properly for many years. One night, Sybil and Branson go to sleep and she discovers that her husband has not told her that he had attended revolutionary meetings. Sybil is hurt and Tom asks her to forgive him and kisses her on the cheek, but she still looks upset.Carson sees smoke coming out of the door and takes the buckets of sand thinking there is fire - luckily, it's only Mrs. Hughes trying out the new electric toaster.Bates had been thwarted by his \"enemies\" in prison and for this reason Anna's visits and letters had been suspended; this is of relief to man. Dent, inmate, tells Bates that Craig and Durrant are working together to sell drugs. Therefore Mr. Bates manages to hide the drug in Craig's bed, an act that leads the latter to be taken away by the guards. After these events, Anna's letters finally reach her husband, who also receives all of Anna's letters. The two read them, moved.
Music plays as a woman in a black and white dress and bare feet sways to the tune and removes plates from the table. She bumps a wine glass which shatters on the floor, then cuts her finger as she attempts to sweep it up. As she stands at the kitchen sink, a shadow passes by the window. She returns to the dining room. Behind her, through the sliding glass doors lies an inground pool. Her brow furrows as she hears a dog bark. When her back is turned. a figure appears standing outside - a man in a creepy werewolf-like mask. This looks exactly like the beginning of a horror movie. She goes outside to throw out the trash and sees the gate swinging open. \"Autumn, is that you\" she calls. No answer. She turns back toward the house; the motion detector lights turn off, then on again. She turns, horrified, to see the man right behind her. He holds up a finger to the deformed lips of his mask, then reveals a blade. She screams.
Back at Sunny Day Excursions, employees tidy up while guests enjoy an outdoor breakfast. Sunny asks Cormac if he's seen Buck. Cormac says he's probably checking the trails for bears or rattlers. Since Cormac is heading into town for a supply run, Sunny tells him to mind his business while there: those people don't need to know what's going on at the camp. \"A little faith please. I got it,\" says Cormac. He mentions that he'd checked the trail and seen no sign of any of Paige's footprints, but his mother says she probably took a different way. \"If Paige has a problem, let her vent on Yelp,\" she says.
Cormac runs into Cassie at an indoor climbing facility and recommends a particular rope. She's planning on rappelling down Deadman's Drop, and he insists on accompanying her. He says they won't need rope because he knows a better way. With a smile and an indulgent eye roll, she turns to follow him.
Beau (still driving) takes a call from the deputy, whom he addresses as Popstar. The deputy's at the shipping warehouse, but they haven't seen Grant all day. \"Scott!\" Doing a u-turn, Beau heads toward the Cutter's house. They push open one side of the double front doors which were unlocked and pull their weapons. \"Grant Autumn\" They separate to search the house. There's blood on a banister and a couple places on the walls. Then Beau discovers a bloody Grant on the kitchen floor. Though he looks dead, he still has a pulse so they call an ambulance.
Beau and Jenny arrive at Scott's house, where the police have already arrived and have been searching, but neither he nor Autumn are there. They wonder if Scott had gone to the house for Autumn the night of the murder but had run into Jody instead. As Beau eyes the kitchen, he notices something weird. He says he used to build houses with his uncle in the summers. Jenny interrupts that it's not time for one of his stories, but Beau says there's something off about the house. The dimensions are wrong.\" They eye the dark, cluttered kitchen, lit up by the flashing police lights outside, then they head upstairs. When Jenny touches a doorknob, blood coats her fingers. Pulling their weapons, the throw open a closet door, revealing men's shirts. A music box lullaby plays in the background. There's a door at the back of the closet and a hidden room. Slowly, they enter. It's a dimly lit room, perfect for a young girl complete with canopy bed and numerous items like stuffed animals, a hair brush, and ballet shoes. Autumn is sitting in the room, unresponsive. Jenny thinks she's been drugged, and they want to get her to the hospital, but she's chained. While Jenny tries to get Autumn to tell them if there's a key, Beau realizes that Scott has been planning this for years, since she was a child. Suddenly, the music stops and the already dim lights go out, leaving only scattered spots of lights spinning disorientingly from the music box. From under the bed, a hand lifts the dust ruffle, and Scott slowly creeps out, clutching a knife in his hand, then leaps at Beau and plunges the knife toward his back. Beau spins and hits him, but Scott hits back harder and Beau loses his gun and then falls. Jenny fires off two shots, then Scott is punching her. She punches back, but a stronger blow from him sends her to the ground. Then Beau rushes him, careening across the room and struggling in the near darkness, until the knife goes into Scott's torso. A punch or two more, and Beau is able to hurl Scott to the ground, where he lies on his side, facing away from them. Breathing heavily, Beau reaches the back of his shoulder. \"He got me,\" he says casually. Jenny, who's been approaching the abductor with her gun drawn, hurries to him. \"You OK\" \"Hoyt!\" Beau warns as he sees Scott rising up behind her. Grabbing her shoulders, he spins her to face the attacker and she raises her gun and fires. Scott collapses, leaving them out of breath and Jenny with Beau's arm around her.An owl hoot in the distance as Cormac and Cassie walk through the woods, flashlights lighting their way. Cormac is just beginning to say that the day had been fun, when Cassie's light falls on a body - the missing backpacker lies face down, plaid shirt filthy with blood and dirt. 59ce067264